The last great deal that I posted like this got a huge response from the visitors who saved a lot of money on Jersey Boys tickets in Las Vegas.
Cirque du Soleil seems to be the newest form of stage entertainment that people of all ages and backgrounds can enjoy. La Nouba is the special show given for Disney visitors who are planning a trip to the Westside area of Downtown Disney in Orlando, FL.
For access to this discount special rate for La Nouba, click here or the image to the right.
Special Discount for Printable Restaurant Coupons visitors
If you were to go to the Cirque du Soleil website right now and order tickets for the show, most nights the price in red below would be your price. With the discounted La Nouba tickets you will be eligible for the green prices:
Front and Center (adults) – $136.32 / No Current discount
Front and Center (children) – $108.36 / No Current discount
Category 1 (adults) – $120.35 / No Current discount
Category 1 (children) – $94.79 / No Current discount
Category 2 (adult) – $94.79 / $82.00
Category 2 (children) – $76.69 / $67.00
Category 3 (adult) – $77.75 / $69.00
Category 3 (children) – $61.77 / $55.00
There really isn’t much of a catch with this discount. Part of the catch is you have to purchase the tickets in advance. Not much of a catch there.
The other stipulation is that you have to get tickets for 9:00 showings only to be eligible for the discount. This could be a little late for some of the children if you want to bring them along, but most of you should be on vacation so it should be OK.
Third, tickets are only good for shows Tuesday-Saturday.
No refunds either, so make sure you want to go.
About La Nouba – Cirque du Soleil Orlando
A door opens and two worlds collide. Enter the attic of make-believe, where the mundane meets the marvellous. Dreams and nightmares intertwine. La Nouba which calls on both individual and collective memory, is an unforgettable journey into a world at once threatening and exhilarating, frightening and familiar. La Nouba beckons to us, challenges us to uncover passions we thought we had lost long ago; to frolic in our childhood dreams and enter a place where the extraordinary transforms and overcomes the ordinary.
La Nouba is the meeting of two worlds poles apart: the fantastic world of the circus artists – the Cirques (circus people), sporting bright, fluorescent colours–and that of the Urbains (urbanites), who wear dark, monochromatic outfits. When these two worlds first make contact, the magic and amazing feats of the one set fire to the pale mundanity of the other.